Emily's 4th Birthday-Frozen Party Decor

Today we celebrated Emily's 4th Birthday with a Frozen Party. Emily has been in love with Elsa and Frozen since last winter.  It was an easy decision to throw her a Frozen party this year.  I think I was as excited as she was for this party; it was so much fun to plan and execute.  I used white, light blue, and sparkles to create a winter wonderland.  I had the help of some amazing shops including Little Ms Shutterbug, Lilis Petit Paper World, Two Berry Creative, and The Paper Lace.  With their help I think Emily's Frozen Party was picture perfect.  


Here is the invitation by Little Ms Shutterbug.  Check out previous blog post about her shop.



The front entrance had Frozen blue pillows and signs to greet the guests.  They read, "Love is an Open Door, Come on In!"





Children's Table


The Paper Lace created these custom printables for the table. 


Lilis Petit Paper World made the custom Elsa crowns, Sven Antlers, and Cupcake toppers.  These were the BEST I've ever seen. 





Emily's spot at the head of the table also included an Elsa wand and light up 4 candle.




Happy Birthday Banner that I made.




Two Berry Creative sent me this ombre Frozen blue garland.  I purchased a piece of fabric for a runner for the coronation ceremony and the garland was the perfect addition.



The Dessert Bar had Chocolate Fondue ("I wanna stuff some chocolate in my face!"), Build a Snowman station, cupcakes, and Snowflake Shortbread Cookies.



Cupcake toppers created by Lilis Petit Paper World



This is where I found this printable

Drink Station- Melted Olaf


This is where I found this printable


Thank You Snow Much Station where guests could grab their favors on their way out.


The favors were puzzles and Frozen cups.


Click here for this printable.

My mom and I made the favor cookies.  I found the tags here.

Frozen rings for favors as well.

Find printable here
Find printable here


Please check out the rest of Emily's party here.  Complete with Queen Elsa, a coronation ceremony, eating, playing, and opening gifts.
Also please check out the following posts for more in depth details about each shop that helped me throw this perfect party.

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